Gr 2-4–Hypothetical situations with fictional characters put readers in the moment and provide a solid foundation for comprehending these various conditions. For example, the text in ADHD reads, “Owen does not like sitting still. In class, he fidgets all the time. He is always leaving his seat without permission, too.” Next comes the definition of the word “hyperactive” and an explanation of how it relates to people who have ADHD. This approach, paired with the well-chosen photos and diagrams, makes the books informative for their intended audiences: children who suffer from the disorder and their friends, family, or classmates. Though frank about whether a disease has life-threatening aspects or no cure, Robbins maintains a comforting tone, reassuring readers that it is possible to lead active lives with proper attention to diet and guidance from parents and doctors.